The Djoloff is a unique hotel. It does not look like anything around it, which is both its plus and its minus. It has a completely open plan, so when moving between rooms, one is always outside, but protected. It also has a beautiful rooftop restaurant, and the staff is great. My French is limited, and their English was also, but we each tried and did fairly well. The menu is quite good, with most meals running around $15-20, although breakfast is nothing special. I booked a Superior room which was nicely appointed, with a very small balcony, but rather small. Just barely room for two people to co-exist in and around the bed. Hard for me to imagine more than one person staying in a standard room, which must be smaller. The negative is that it is not located near most areas of interest, so a taxi is required to go anywhere.